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Joint letter in support of decarbonization and expansion of Canada’s electricity system

We joined with 25 organizations, representing a wide variety of interests, in issuing a call to action for Canada’s federal, provincial and territorial leaders: They must act with more urgency to transform our electricity system, or Canada will fail to reach net-zero by 2050. A decarbonized and much expanded electricity system is the foundation required to meet Canada’s climate-change commitments. Read our open letter here.

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